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Java Developper Exam part 2

 
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Hi,

I have just uploaded the assignment for B&S. I was wondering what kind of questions can you expect on part 2 of the exam.

Johan
 
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hi Johan,

you'll get some simple questions, just to prove that you wrote the assignment yourself. That's all.

Herman
 
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Hi Johan

there is a faq mentionned here


I used it to prepare for the exam, and that was enough.

HTH - Cheers - Nicolas
 
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The questions that I got largely focussed on:
Did you actually write the submission? and
Did you consider alternatives to the major design decisions that you made?

They basically ask for some details about your design, and what are the advantages & disadvantages of the choices that you made.

The questions I got were all "how did you implement feature X, and why"
or "How does the user accomplish goal Y using your GUI"

I recommend doing a quick review of your design so that you can recall exact class names in your implementation, and you should be fine.
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